Metro Station in concert at Six Flags America

| July 25, 2009 | 0 Comments

THE Concert Of The Summer At Six Flagssix-flags-logo

Six Flags America welcomes Metro Station in concert on Thursday, August 6.  The concert will take place in the park’s GOTHAM Arena and is part of the STARBURST® Summer Concert Series presented by T-Mobile. This show is one of 18 scheduled concerts at the park during the 2009 season.

Metro Station headlined by Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso, is an electro-rock group from Hollywood, CA. Metro Station first gained rabid popularity on MySpace and was named “One of the 22 best Underground Bands (That likely won’t stay underground for long)” by Alternative Press magazine in July 2007. The pop band rocketed to top 10 charts around the world in 2008 with their song “Shake It” on their self-titled debut album.

Catch all the action up close with Metro Station by purchasing a Preferred Floor Access package — two bags of STARBURST® fruit chews and a Preferred Floor Access wristband — online at sixflags.com for just $10.  Guests may also purchase STARBURST® fruit chew/ wristband packages at Six Flags America’s Confectionery Store on the day of the concert while supplies last.

Metro Stattion will be live at Six Flags America on August 6th

Metro Stattion will be live at Six Flags America on August 6th

All of Six Flags America’s concerts are FREE with paid park admission and are only one part of a day of fun!  Guests can enjoy more than 100 rides, games, shows and attractions at Six Flags America including the super-fast hyper coaster SUPERMAN: Ride of Steel; BATWING, Maryland’s first flying coaster; a dozen kids’ rides and shows at Looney Tunes Movie Town; and Tony Hawk’s Half Pipe located at Hurricane Harbor Water Park.

Don’t miss out on all the fun this season! Purchase your Play Pass online today for the same price as regular admission of $49.99. For more information about Play Passes and all the fun at Six Flags America visit sixflags.com.

Six Flags America is located 40 minutes south of Baltimore, 15 minutes east of Washington, D.C. and 20 minutes west of historic Annapolis, MD.

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